LINGUIST List 6.1303

Fri Sep 22 1995

FYI: LOT Winter School

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  1. Jan Don, announcement LOT Winter School

Message 1: announcement LOT Winter School

Date: Fri, 22 Sep 1995 15:11:53 announcement LOT Winter School
From: Jan Don <Jan.DonLET.RUU.NL>
Subject: announcement LOT Winter School

The Netherlands Graduate School of Linguistics (LOT) wishes to announce her
Winter School for graduate students in Linguistics, which will be held between
8 and 21 January 1996, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

This years' Winter School will be hosted by the Research Institute
for Language and Speech (OTS), and the Center for Language and Communication
(CLC) Utrecht, The Netherlands

This is the first announcement. A second announcement will be posted in
October, containing more detailed information. For further information
concerning the organization, please send an E-mail to:, or
phone 31-30-(2)536006 (the 2 is required after 10 october).

Preliminary program LOT- winterschool

			First week: 8 - 12 januari
				9.30 - 12.00 hrs.

Anthony Kroch 		Harry van der Hulst		Melissa Bowerman
(Univ. of Pennsylvania)	(Leyden University)		(Max Planck, Nijmegen)
Historical Syntax	Word Prosodic systems of 	First Language
			European Languages		Acquisition

				13.00 - 15.30

Tanya Reinhart		Bruce Hayes			Leo Noordman
(Utrecht University /	(UCLA,Utrecht University)	(Tilburg University)
Tel Aviv)		Phonetically based OT		Psycholinguistics and
To be announced						Discourse Comprehension

				16.00 - 18.30

Anne Cutler		Caroline Henton*		Ed Stabler
(Max Planck, Nijmegen)	(Voice Processing Corp.)	(UCLA)
Psycholinguistics	Speech Synthesis		Principle-based Parsing

			 Tweede week: 15 - 19 januari
				9.30 -12.00 hrs.

Hans Bennis		Reinhard Muskens 		Michel Paradis
(Leyden University)	(Tilburg University) 	 (University of Montreal)
The Meaning of 		Discourse Representation 	The Bilingual Brain
Structure		Theory

				13.00 - 15.30	
Henk Verkuyl 		Frank Drijkoningen		Gilles Fauconnier*
(Utrecht University) 	(Utrecht University)		(San Diego)
Lexical Semantics	Theories of Inflection		Cognitive Linguistics

				16.00 - 18.30	
Gennaro Chierchia 	Herbert Clark 			
(Rome) 			(Stanford) 			
Developments in Dynmic Language Use

*to be confirmed 		 			
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